Sunday, April 9, 2017

Salad bowl

Salad bowl experiment:

Each vegies is different & has its own set of properties unique to its type-  flavor profile, physical attributes, reactivity, resilience etc. All vegies are mixed together in the salad bowl, with the dressing as a constant to normalize the assortment. 

How each vegies react to each other and/or to the dressing is the thing of interest to observe. Presumably, 'stronger' and 'dominant' vegies will influence 'milder' vegies- asserting its properties onto them. Altering the taste, consistency, overall character while the 'weak' ones can be repressed altogether and fade to the background. 

On a larger scale, interactions between each component in the salad bowl should have a net changing effect to their original set of properties. Over time, the dynamics & degree of effect in this salad bowl is arbitrary. Which one that is overpowering, neutral, or weak?. How effective the dressing can bind them as a common value? How will this salad tastes?

And if later on, new vegies are added, or some vegies are removed out from the salad- how will the rest carry on? do they regain their properties or will the somewhat end up changed?

Imagine if vegies here are just subs for human being. 

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